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Beat the Credit Crunch; Brew Your Own Coffee and Hot Chocolate at Home with La Cafetière


A daily cup of coffee purchased on the way to work from a high street chain can cost at least £1.50, which can really add up over the course of a week. The team at La Cafetière believes that consumers can make substantial long term savings by brewing their own coffee, tea and hot chocolate at home.

According to Liz Jones, La Cafetière product manager, ‘If you consider that the average high street coffee costs £1.50 - the average cup of coffee brewed in your La Cafetière Mokona or Venus espresso maker could cost as little as 35p!’

‘Add to this the reasonable prices we charge for durable, well-designed filter coffee, espresso and macchiato makers, and you’ll realise it makes sense to start your day with a home-brewed cup of java.’

The UK based company is fast becoming synonymous with both quality and value for money. The firm’s range of espresso, cappuccino and hot chocolate makers has been applauded for the quality of its components and its innovative design.

‘As a company, we at La Cafetière not only bring a great design aesthetic to all of our products, we also ensure they are user-friendly and extremely hard wearing – we believe in providing our customers with great value for money.’

‘Brewing coffee at home not only makes sense at a commercial level, it also presents consumers with the opportunity to experiment and sample a much broader range of coffees from around the world.’

It’s an argument that few regular visitors to the high street chains could disagree with, and makes the idea of brewing delicious coffee in the comfort of your own kitchen, all the more appealing.

La Cafetière was the first brand of French-press coffee makers to be sold in the UK. The Classic Chrome Cafetière, which has become a design icon in the house wares industry, was first launched over 30 years ago and remains a best seller to this day. It is also the exclusive UK distributor for Bialetti, established since the 1930s and now the world’s largest manufacturer of stove-top espresso pots.

For more information about the company and its brand new range for 2009, visit the La Cafetière website at:


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